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these? take a look at this one. yeah. gym tan/romney right there. and this is the next vice president of the united states. that looks like screech from "stave bell." the hat on backwards. >> not a flattering assessment, but a lot of the people look at the pictures and they think they are cheesy. >> well, it is -- you know, it could be worse, because when you hear never before seen pictures of the vice presidential candidate, at least he is fully dressed, because it could be different. >> but the question is are they harmless fun? well, we are trying to find out and jeanne moos got the reaction of the glamour shots. >> reporter: does this picture say mr. vice president to you. this is paul ryan. >> is that him? >> no, no, that is worse. that is like, oh, no. >> oh, yes, and the photos of paul ryan working out that came out in "time" magazine have plenty of fans tweeting, too, and just like that panties drop and the internet melts. >> looks fine. >> the knees are bony. >> and noted one poster, big bird call and he wants his legs back. paul ryan is the broest bro to run for vp and he is
, this is a problem of the president of the united states-- >>> he was right -- >> mitt romney was right. >> i think there is eighths bit of difference that you have to give to the president -- [overlapping dialogue] >> sean: this white house. >> it is not-- >>> eric bowling i. wow. difference to the president? they have done nothing but coverup and stonewalled to make sure we department know what was coming out. we find out that state department has one story and the white house -- and the intel -- >> no, no, no. >> hold on. >> sean: joe biden is the white house. >> last night, joe biden said the white house had no intelligence, we didn't know 24 hours, or five days after-- >>> that's not true. we know that james clapper from the dni had told the state department, he told the white house what was going on, it was a terror attack. joe biden conveniently last night said, we had no idea. also, he said the state department never asked for security leading up to the terror attack. we have had the state department tell everybody, the world, in congressional hearing, guess what? we did tell the white hous
of mitt romney and paul ryan. >> sean: we are just 25 days from the election. "hannity" starts right here, right now. tonight, the former vice-president of the united states, dick cheney is giving us his exclusive reaction to the debate. first, a recap of the faceoff between crazy uncle joe biden and congressman paul ryan. without question, the headline was biden's downright bizarre, strange, bewildering behavior. for nearly 90 minutes he was either uncontrollably laughing or rudely interrupting his opponent. not even the benghazi terror attack or the nuclear weapons program were enough to prevent these bizarre outbursts. >> it is never too early to speak out for our values. they keep misquoting him. but let me tell you about the mitt romney i know. don't raise taxes on small businesses because they are our job creators. >> vice-president biden. >> incredible. >> look, you both saw benjamin netanyahu hold up that picture of a bomb with the red line i. thank heavens we have the sanctions in place. it is in spite of their opposition. they have given 20 waivers to this sanction. all i have t
job of it, talking about who is the boss and the boss is governor romney. >> laura: all right, lou, great to see you. have a great weekend. >> you too. >> laura: when we come right back, martha raddatz questions the can cats on abortion. -- raddatz on abortion. we will hear from both sides coming up. >> laura: thanks for staying with us, i'm laura ingraham in for bill o'reilly. in the unresolved problem segment tonight, just when we thought the so-called war on women debate was over, last night's moderator martha raddatz might have reignited an issue with a question about abortion and faith. >> i don't see how a person can separate their public life from their private life or from their faith. our faith informs us in everything we do. my nate informs me about how to take care of the vulnerable about how to make sure that people have a chance in life. now, you weren't asked why i'm pro-life, it's not simply because of my catholic faith. that's a factorourse but it's also because of reason and science. >> i accept my church's position on abortion as what we call -- doctrine. life beg
anybody knows what mitt romney thinks about whether a woman should have the right to choose. what i think is he's governed by the loudest, strongest voices in his own party. he makes fear-based decisions in that sense, and given that, and given the extremes to which the republican party has come on every issue concerning women and their bodies, whether that's planned parenthood funding, shutting down the last remaining abortion clinic in certain parts of the country, or the basic question of a woman's right to choose, they have shanghaied this party on the fringes of the right. mitt romney, why should we think he will do anything differently. >> and he has yet to show any strength at any point in this campaign of standing up to the right when they put pressure on him. on the issue of abortion, the differences between the two tickets could not have been clearer or the stakes more evident. here is paul ryan on why he opposes a woman's right to choose. let's listen to the man himself. >> i believe that life begins at conception. that's why -- those are the reasons why i'm pro-life. now, i un
that's right if you look at the data. romney is in a stronger position now than he was in in august. >> so is romney, is it fair to say romney is actually leading or is this essentially a tie? >> it's essentially a tie right now. the data is so close. but romney was behind by a field goal, now he's kicked a field goal and we have a tie race going into the final weeks. >> what voter groups have moved in the last three weeks? are you talking about independents, are you talking about specific demographic groups? who has moved? >> well, one group that hasn't moved are the strong partisans. democrats and republicans who turn out are going to vote for their own nominee. the key statistic to watch with the partisans is enthusiasm. and the presidential debate clearly help the republican enthusiasm and hurt the democratic enthusiasm. on the other hand, the group to watch as far as the ballot test goes are the independents because they are much less lock into their particular pref presence at -- preference at the moment. your own poll showed that in virginia, according to wall street journal
've created a quart ore of a a million new jobs right here in america. >> mitt romney holding a rally in ohio. this hour. it's about to get under way. in fact, we're going get a live update from the campaign trail in just a moment. in their weekly address, republicans also talking about the economy. it was delivered by oklahoma congressional candidate mark wayne mullet. >> he gets it. republican majority in the house has passed several bipartisan common sense proposals to address regulation that hurts jobs. >>> meanwhile police in colorado are investigating a shooting at president obama's denver campaign office. officials say people were inside when a shot was fired through the office window flid afternoon, fortunately no one was hurt. police say they have a description of what they're calling at this point a vehicle of interest. more on all of these hours throughout the next three hours right here on msnbc. >>> as we just mentioned, mitt romney packing his schedule tight today in ohio. you're looking at live pictures from portsmouth, romney's first stop before heading to another rally in leb
. >> right. >> that's the third largest on earth. the fact is what governor romney wants to do is defend these programs but if you go down the road, you're exactly right. for me, what we need to do is create a medicare when i retire that i can know will be there. the fact is i'll have to pay out of pocket. i'm fortunate enough to be a wealthy person. i'll have to pay more out of pocket than i do under the current system. i think that's the crucial thing that's going to change. >> let's break steven in. >> i like what you're talking about. i'm not working for the campaign. i can be more critical. i think the problem with what mr. romney is talking about is it takes too long to save money. this crisis is right around the corner with medicare. it's going to run out of money within the next ten years or so unless we make some changes. yes, kevin, i like what you're talking about. i agree entirely. the competition model makes sense. but i'm not so sure we have enough time. if you look at medicare, social security and medicaid, by the end of the decade, they're going to take all of our income
presidential hopeful is counting on as he moves more towards the middle on women's rights. romney generated buzz this week over remarks he made about abortion, saying access to abortion is not on his legislative agenda. regardless, he added he would defund planned parenthood and prevent use of federal funds for abortions. he continues to call himself a "pro-life candidate." meanwhile, romney shows growing support among women in the latest polls, following his strong debate performance, almost closing the gender gap. so congresswoman norton, will a more moderate mitt appeal to women voters? >> bonnie, not unless women develop political amnesia and forget the mitt of the tea party republican debates. >> as long as mitt romney is unequivocal about his economic plan and makes a clear contrast between obama's failed policies and how they have hurt women and children, his plan will be that will help women and families, i think heal continue on this can be he'll continue on this up with yard trend with women. >women. >> he shouldn't be allowed on get away with this twice. he did this in the run-of
at times. no matter who you thought benefit from it. i thought romney was going right over his head. i thought martha was reacting. she was much more structured. where i would falter, it struck me as she was conducting an interview at the table rather than moderating a debate where you give both sides equal opportunity. the idea that she favored vice president biden. because at one point, i talked to soldiers in the field that tell me the administration to pull out troops put them in greater peril. biden had to respond to that instead of respond to go ryan. >> he interrupted over 80 times. she was not moderating biden's behavior. >> i don't have the count with me. as someone sitting there watching, my impression when she would interrupt paul ryan and demanding specifics on the she was pressing out of character for a good and impartial moderator. but i saw her do the same thing on the afghan issue. >> she didn't press on the libya stuff. >> jon: you criticized for not following up. do you think she was too involved in the debate? >> it's a stylist i liked her overall performance. it's m
don't come out the right way. >> are you say governor romney lied? >> i think he was dishonest. >> jon: and following failed debate performance, obama campaign revs up their spin in machine. >> how they can justify this video caused this attack. it was a terrorist attack. >> jon: congress investigates the terrorist attack in benghazi getting details. are the media interested now? candidates' wives working hard for media attention. are they getting fair treatment? and what does this photo tell us about media bias? on the panel this week, judy miller, cal thomas, jing pinkerton and fox news political analyst juan williams. i'm jon scott. fox news watch is on right now. >> jon: big event thursday night a one night only showdown between the candidates for vice president. it was highly anticipated by the political press. first question out the gate was the controversy surrounding terrorist attacks. >> this benghazi issue would be tragedy in and of itself but unfortunately it's indicative of a broader problem, what we are watching on our tv screens the unraveling of the obama foreign policy
a president like romney, president romney to do something, right? >> there is no question it is harder. but i have been in washington when the presidency changed from democrat to republican under george bush and then from bill clinton to george w. bush and also when george w. bush won the second election. his relect and there is a tremendous and after the election which will be vitriolic and vicious, both political parties will come together with the idea they have to do better and there is a feeling of good will for who ever the president is and that will help us even if harry reid is in control of the u.s. senate which i hope never happens. >> hope springs eternal. of the wisconsin.from the we call would his opponent and never heard back. she is always welcome on here. and a lot more for what is at stake. we spent the better part of the two hours trying to save the country and in the very least making you aware of what is going down in this country. if we do that. our job is almost done here . bob... oh, hey alex. just picking up some, brochures, posters copies of my acceptance speech. grea
rights. and now his running mate has reignited the war on women. >> if the romney/ryan ticket is elected, should those who believe that abortion should remain legal be worried? >> we don't think that unelected judges should make this decision that people through their elected representatives in reaching a consensus in society through the democratic process should make this determination. >> the translation, yes, you should be worried. ryan wants to legislate roe v. wade on a state level. and severely limit access to abortion services. yet, just days ago, mitt romney told "the des moines register" newspaper that he would not push for any anti-choice measures. >> there's no legislation with regards to abortion that i'm familiar with that would become part of my agenda. >> and, of course, the romney campaign quickly walked that back. and allowed ryan to articulate its new vision for women's rights. >> the policy of a romney administration will be to oppose abortion with the exceptions for rape, incest, and life of the mother. >> but if creating policy was solely up to paul ryan, there would
in this campaign season. when ryan started lying about the romney tax plan, joe biden was right to point out just how the math does not add up. >> you can cut tax rates by 20% and still preserve these important preferences for middle class taxpayers. >> not mathematically possible. >> it is mathematically possible. it's been done before. it's precisely what we're proposing. >> it has never been done before. >> it's been done a couple of time, actually. >> it has never been done before. >> jack kennedy cut taxes and -- >> now you're jack kennedy? >> ronald reagan -- republicans and democrats have worked together on this. i understand you guys aren't used to doing bipartisan deals. >> we told each other what we were going to do. when we did it with reagan we said, here are the things we're going to cut. >> did you hear paul ryan just say, i understand that you guys aren't bipartisan? does he follow the news? does he follow his own party? a record number of filibusters in the senate? paul ryan can't fill in the details on this plan because there aren't any. ryan's fatal flaw is really in his dishone
attacks are a political topic right now is because romney and ryan made it so. does that seem to you that she is saying that the lives of these four brave americans is not important? >> i hear that, and i also hear that, well, it wouldn't be an issue if we hadn't gotten caught. >> what more do you on your commit that's investigating this whole affair, what more do you want to know? >> my number one concern is are there any other embassies or u.s. diplomatic officials out there that are in a dangerous position that we are not providing all necessary protection for? it's a tragedy that we have lost these lives, but it would be even worse if this list of four grew to a list of 8 or more. >> the congressman on the committee that's investigating this. thank you for taking the time. i appreciate it. >> my pleasure. >> sobering responses and information. well, mortgage rates also not sobering. in fact, they are at record lows. should you take advantage of it? is it really the best time to refinance? how do you get the most bank for your buck? we will tell you that straight ahead. don't miss
. that is underway right now. >> arthel: first, governor romney gearing up his second showdown debate with president obama, just moments ago, the governor wrapping up a spirited campaign rally in the battle ground state of ohio after spending much of the morning preparing for that debate. we have live team coverage of the candidates' final sprint to election day. ed henry is traveling with the president in williamsburg, ridge verge. we'll go first to carl cameron who is traveling with mitt romney in lebanon, ohio. hey, carl. >> hi. a huge crowd here. governor romney wrapped up his event. we're right in the middle of opportunity to debt non, historic part of the community. thousands of people in the street. you can't see him hitting -- you can see him hitting his stride, seeing polls surge. over the course of today, this is his third event. today both he and his running mate, paul ryan, in the buckeye state, separately campaigning, have been hitting the obama administration for china policies, specifically arguing that the president of the united states has not done enough to protect the u.s. economy
officials, american citizens have a right to know just what's going on. >> reporter: romney was referring to the debate. one of the first questions from abc's martha raddatz. asking joe biden why there wasn't more security in benghazi, libya. >> we weren't told they wanted more security. we did not know they wanted more security. >> reporter: who is the we in that statement? just the white house, says the president's spokesman. this story has such a big chance of spinning out of control, that secretary of state clinton, went before cameras to try and explain. >> to this day, we do not have a complete picture. >> reporter: the romney's team move, part of a search for undecided voters. team obama is doubling down on star power to sway that group. this morning, releasing an ad narrated by morgan freeman, showcasing what the campaign calls the president's conviction. later this week, former president bill clinton and bruce springsteen will stump in ohio for obama. and on thursday, the president joins jon stewart on "the daily show." it will be his sixth appearance and second from becoming pre
momentum away from mitt romney during that debate perhaps he can turn the tide. right now the momentum seems to be romney's favor. >> let's talk specifically about battleground states, wisconsin, pennsylvania, new hampshire and michigan were all leading in obama and now considered toss-ups. let's start with wisconsin. what is happening there? >> all those four states as you said were switched by real clear politics. in wisconsin that is where paul ryan is from, mitt romney's running mate. that is only a 2-point race in wisconsin. you have to remember, this is state where back in june there was recall election against scott walker. he won the race. he demoralized the democrats. a lot of activists were saying because president obama didn't come strong in favor of the democratic candidate, it demoralized a lot of democrats there. turnout could be very important. if the democratic turnout is not high, you might see mitt romney win that state. >> patti ann: meanwhile, florida where he is romney is enjoying a 2% advantage. we have david plouffe saying, we are going to get the senior citizens
in the polls. this is sort of a catch-22 for conservatives, right? mitt romney had to run as a severe conservative to get the nomination. now, he's trying to tack back to the center. and guess what? it works in the polls. centrist voters, swing voters, are looking for a candidate that is not representing the ideological extremes. it comes back to mitt romney as a flip-flopper. someone who is expedient when it comes to policy, whatever he needs to do to achieve a short-term political goal. it hasn't been exploited by the obama campaign yet. this is what he said before. this is what he said now. which time was he telling the truth? >> we'll see tuesday night. >> in your opinion, who stands to benefit more from a town hall-style format? >> the president draws more energy off crowds. this will be a beneficial arena for him. nondomestic issues, social issues, that puts mitt romney in a tricky spot reaching towards the center. >> john avlon, we appreciate it so much. tuesday night, we'll have the debate at 9:00 eastern with diane sawyer and george stephanopoulos. >>> and tomorrow on "this w
is not where carter was. he is a lot stronger. >> and mitt romney is not where reagan was. >> that is right, but he's still on the edge. that will not be a landslide. it will be a small margin. but if you reach the threshold of being acceptable as being the president, as strong, then you can press it in the election under the circumstances. >> with the previous debate, you had them at the podium and last night you had them on the table. which is better for the voters? >> i think the table were swell. i like the town meeting format where individuals can walk and talk to the crowd. but i don't like the one where they are frozen in one position, standing in the same spot for 90 minutes. i couldn't do that. >> one of the things you have to watch and be struck with is the complete use of the split screen. making the person who is not answering the question, what happens on the wine guys' faces almost as important as what the other guy's saying. it really is hard. you really have to work at it. obviously, romney and ryan looked a little better. butryan did this sickly sweet smile and bid wasen --
. >> right. >> governor romney, tell me the biggest tax deduction on your tax return that you are willing to eliminate in order to fund your tax cut. >> that would be -- >> i mean, this guy is using the biggest deductions that exist in the code. >> that's right. i mean, that would be devastating because obviously he can't answer the interest deduction or changing the capital gains right which is the other one. that would be a devastating question. and the thing that i think the president and biden have done very well with 47% is when those comments first came out, a lot of people said you know what? i don't think it's going to be that big a deal because a lot of folks don't think they're in that 47%. they do look down and think they're a bunch of moochers. the president and the vice president have made it very real who they're talking about in those 47%. that that is your mother, your grandmother, your neighbors, people who serve in the military. i think they've done an excellent job of humanizing that. >> the last time i saw you was at the airport and i understand you do a live show at 3
important right now, so as of now, mitt romney. can you or president obama do anything to persuade lindsay lohan to get some sense? >> well, i -- i think that it's always helpful when someone like lindsay lohan comes out and endorses you. i think that president obama probably is actually maybe wiping his brow going thank got she went with romney. what am i going to do with the lindsay lohan endorsement. >> jennifer: exactly. thank you so much for coming inside "the war room." comedienne and author lizz winstead. and kid rock and (vo) what is said here could decide the election. current tv presents coverage of the presidential debate. with unrivaled analysis and commentary. >> was this the game changer? is this going to change the dynamic? (vo) the only network with real-time reaction straight from the campaigns and from viewers like you. >>now that's politically direct. >>> you want to work with the congress on how best to achieve this. that means -- >> no specifics, again? >> we're saying lower tax rates 20%, start with the wealthy -- >> and you guarantee this math will
cameron begins our live coverage tonight on the trail with team romney in ohio. governor romney today focusing on trade in ohio. >> reporter: that's right, harris. literally on the trail tonight as we are on i-75 on the romney bus. you can see the motorcade as we head towards dayton wrapping up this day in the buckeye state. ohio is critical for mr. romney and he knows that he needs to win it here. he stopped in lebanon ohio just a little while ago. and went by a hotel owned by his debate sparring partner rob port mapp. the golding lamb. historic hotel. 12 liz presidents hav12 presidd there. rallies each time talking about obama and beating up for are not cracking down on china's trade practices. as aggressively as mr. romney promises he would. he drove that point home. paul ryan on the campaign trail in ohio as well today. the romney-ryan ticket has been spending more time in ohio than in the country. here is a little bit from governor romney at his last event. thehis president on friday the administration was to put out hasanswer to the question chas china manipulated their currency
. that was a rout. >> greta: all right. the next mitt romney/president obama debate is next week. what do you expect president obama's going to do in light testify fact that he -- you know, he had a bad time last week? >> i think there is tremendous pressure on him. i really do. i don't think there is pressure on romney. there is always pressure. but i think there is tremendous pressure on president obama to perform because if he doesn't, it's going to be devastating. if he is and acts the way he did in the last debate, it will be, in my opinion... potentially election losing. so i think he is under tremendous pressure. then you say to yourself, why will he do better, if he did that poorly, why is he going to do better? i will say this, if you look at mitt romney, he's somebody that really does react well under pressure because he went to florida. he had to have good debates against a great debater because as you know, newt is a terrific debater and terrific guy. and he did fantastically in those two debates. and so, you know, he really reacted well under pressure. he then went here and things weren
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